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    Default What's your natural thinking pattern?

    What's your natural thinking pattern?

    I scored highest on KVA, followed by VKA. AVK being last.

    I thought the description fits me quite well. Except I relate to some of the K-unconscious stuff mentioned in the article. I hate being unexpectedly touched and I suck at athletics.

    KVA: perpetual student

    • Acts logically; likes to do things
    • Connects best by doing, touching
    • Organizes in piles
    • Learns easily by doing and watching
    • Many diverse interests (like drawing and scuba diving)
    • Can attend details and "big picture" simultaneously; sees pictures in 3-D, from many perspectives
    • Difficulty expressing feelings in words
    • Speech may have long pauses, go in circles; asks lots of questions; may have difficulty verbalizing abstractions
    • Rarely speaks in groups
    • Sensitive to voice tone

    I'm curious if there's a correlation between thinking pattern and MBTI type. Learning style is different than personality but I think there might be some correlation.
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    Same as you, actually. First, second, and last.

    I only connected with a few things from each of the descriptions though, nothing screamed my name. Maybe this one, VAK


    VAK: show and tell

    * Writes logically; shows and illustrates ideas- yes
    * Connects best by eye contact-sure
    * Organizes in lists- I normally organize by memory, but lists are my second choice.
    * Learns easily by reading, then discussing or teaching- yes. Reading and writing then discussing and teaching.
    * Loves visual details and possibilities; reads everything- Yes. Remember and create visually as well in my mind.
    * Persuasive speaker; likes to teach, explain, tell stories- Yes
    * Talks out loud to sort ideas and make decisions- Yes
    * May have sketchy sense of own body, move awkwardly, find physical activities frustrating- I wouldn't go that far, I like individual endurance activities but am not so good with the hand-eye coordination or avoiding bumping into walls or falling and such. (running running running- FALLS ON FACE.)
    * Shy about touch; private about feelings- I'm pretty huggy and touchy but I'm private about feelings naturally. Getting better with that.
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    KVA, KAV, then AVK.

    Reading the results, though, I've got no idea which I identify with. Perhaps that's because I have little to do with sports, which seems to be this guy's thrust area? Perhaps it's because, as he says, "People who use the KVA pattern may see themselves in every question".. which is something I have a problem with in most questionnaires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    KVA, KAV, then AVK.

    Reading the results, though, I've got no idea which I identify with. Perhaps that's because I have little to do with sports, which seems to be this guy's thrust area?
    Yeah, seems to be that the whole thing is focused around sports.
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    I scored slightly higher on KVA than VKA, but I think the VKA is more fitting for me. I'm very collaborative, and VKA seems to fit with ESFJ a lot better.

    VKA: great collaborator
    Writes logically; may like to draw and design
    Connects best by eye contact
    Visually meticulous; organizes in lists
    Learns easily by reading or watching, then doing
    Learns sports easily; likes competitive sports
    May get others' feelings confused with own
    Talkative one-on-one; uncomfortable speaking in groups; asks lots of questions
    May have trouble listening to prolonged, fast, or abstract speech
    Sensitive to voice tone
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    VAK, closely followed by AVK

    VAK: show and tell
    • Writes logically; shows and illustrates ideas
    • Connects best by eye contact
    • Organizes in lists
    • Learns easily by reading, then discussing or teaching
    • Loves visual details and possibilities; reads everything
    • Persuasive speaker; likes to teach, explain, tell stories
    • Talks out loud to sort ideas and make decisions
    • May have sketchy sense of own body, move awkwardly, find physical activities frustrating
    • Shy about touch; private about feelings

    AVK: great communicator
    • Speaks logically; likes to discuss ideas
    • Connects best by talking
    • Organizes by talking about what needs to get done
    • Learns easily via discussion, lecture
    • May interrupt others, monopolize conversations
    • Likes to help others understand
    • Can attend details and "big picture" simultaneously
    • May have sketchy sense of own body, move awkwardly, find physical activities frustrating
    • Shy about touch; private about feelings

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    AVK: great communicator
    • Speaks logically; likes to discuss ideas
    • Connects best by talking
    • Organizes by talking about what needs to get done
    • Learns easily via discussion, lecture
    • May interrupt others, monopolize conversations
    • Likes to help others understand
    • Can attend details and "big picture" simultaneously
    • May have sketchy sense of own body, move awkwardly, find physical activities frustrating
    • Shy about touch; private about feelings
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    I got VKA followed by KVA.

    VKA: great collaborator
    • Writes logically; may like to draw and design
    • Connects best by eye contact
    • Visually meticulous; organizes in lists
    • Learns easily by reading or watching, then doing
    • Learns sports easily; likes competitive sports
    • May get others' feelings confused with own
    • Talkative one-on-one; uncomfortable speaking in groups; asks lots of questions
    • May have trouble listening to prolonged, fast, or abstract speech
    • Sensitive to voice tone
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    KVA: perpetual student

    Acts logically; likes to do things
    Connects best by doing, touching
    Organizes in piles
    Learns easily by doing and watching
    Many diverse interests (like drawing and scuba diving)
    Can attend details and "big picture" simultaneously; sees pictures in 3-D, from many perspectives
    Difficulty expressing feelings in words
    Speech may have long pauses, go in circles; asks lots of questions; may have difficulty verbalizing abstractions
    Rarely speaks in groups
    Sensitive to voice tone

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    AKV I
    AVK
    VKA IIIII III
    VAK III
    KVA IIIII III
    KAV IIII

    KVA: perpetual student
    Acts logically; likes to do things
    Connects best by doing, touching
    Organizes in piles
    Learns easily by doing and watching
    Many diverse interests (like drawing and scuba diving)
    Can attend details and "big picture" simultaneously; sees pictures in 3-D, from many perspectives
    Difficulty expressing feelings in words
    Speech may have long pauses, go in circles; asks lots of questions; may have difficulty verbalizing abstractions
    Rarely speaks in groups
    Sensitive to voice tone

    VKA: great collaborator
    Writes logically; may like to draw and design
    Connects best by eye contact
    Visually meticulous; organizes in lists
    Learns easily by reading or watching, then doing
    Learns sports easily; likes competitive sports
    May get others' feelings confused with own
    Talkative one-on-one; uncomfortable speaking in groups; asks lots of questions
    May have trouble listening to prolonged, fast, or abstract speech
    Sensitive to voice tone
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